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Nitinol spring supplier

Nitinol spring supplier

Nitinol spring supplier

Hi, I need to get some Nitinol shape-memory springs. In general our specifications are a spring diameter of a couple of millimeters and a wire thickness of a few tenths of a millimeter. Does anyone know people who make Nitinol springs to spec, or have offerings in this range? I have already tried:

Nitinol Devices and Components
Johnson Matthey
Norman Noble
Robot Store

Any leads appreciated. Also, is there a better forum to post this? Thanks,


RE: Nitinol spring supplier

If you are in the U.S. try Peck Spring in Plainville, CT.

RE: Nitinol spring supplier

Here is a good source of Nitinol wire.  I would give then a call and discuss your requirements with them and they should provide you a lead to someone that can handle your requirements.  

The only Nitinol wire approaching your size requirements I've seen is the wire for the small blood vessel stents.


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